[PSYC 153] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (94 pages long!)

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PSYC 153
FINAL EXAM
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psych of emotion 1/6/2015 11:04:00 PM
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Course objectives
Theories
Biology
o Physiology- heart racing, palms sweating
Specific emotions
o Fear, anger, jealousy
o Looking at the evolutionary functionality of it
o What leads to these emotions
o Behavioral motivations of that emotion
Motivating you to change your world in some way
How does that link with the emotion
How does that link with the situation that lead to that
emotion
Evidence
o Studies that support or don’t support particular theories that exist
out there
Theory and Evidence
Theory
o An idea or concept that
Explains the evidence that we have
And makes predictions
o Could be alternate explanations
Other theories that could exist for why things happen
Theories are pushed away by alt evidence
Emotion has a lot of conflicting theories
Evidence
o Observation or findings
“facts”
o example:
theory: fear motivaes people to flee from threates
prediction: see a bear run away
evidence:
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when feeling fear people report feelinging motivated to
run away
fear most often occurs in dangerous situations
the body has a particular response when someone
feels fear
BUT: freezing happens- maybe it motivates people
avoid threats not just flee
How do you know that you are experiencing an emotion?
Measuring emotions
Self-reports
o Fast and easy, but have questionable accuracy
If you think they are measuring anger may say that
But we use it because it’s the only way to measure
subjective experience
People could be controlling, may not know what they are
feeling,
Behavioral observations
o Less consciously controlled but still controllable but they can sort of.
Multiple interpretations
Don’t exactly know why the behavioral response is occurring
Physiological measures
o Harder to consciously control, but ambiguous meaning
Because they are feeling intense emotion, just moving
around? Which emotion?
Paul Ekman’s Basic Emotions
First was 6: sadness, anger, surprise, happiness, disgust, fear
Then added contempt
o The other emotions are just more specific versions of that
Basic Emotions Theory
Basic emotions theory says that were born wth certain specific emotions,
theyre innate and discrete from one another
o All other emotions are made up of combinations of these basic
emotions
An alternate approach
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Biology: physiology- heart racing, palms sweating. Specific emotions: fear, anger, jealousy, looking at the evolutionary functionality of it, what leads to these emotions, behavioral motivations of that emotion. Motivating you to change your world in some way. How does that link with the emotion. How does that link with the situation that lead to that emotion. Evidence: studies that support or don"t support particular theories that exist out there. Theory: an idea or concept that. And makes predictions: could be alternate explanations. Other theories that could exist for why things happen. Theories are pushed away by alt evidence. Emotion has a lot of conflicting theories. Facts : example: theory: fear motivaes people to flee from threates. When feeling fear people report feelinging motivated to run away fear most often occurs in dangerous situations the body has a particular response when someone feels fear. But: freezing happens- maybe it motivates people avoid threats not just flee.

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